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Promotes academic success through group encouragement and advocacy through leadership to encourage other student to attend Great Falls College MSU and to foster pride in Native American Culture.

Stop in R 221 or sign up for the Native American Student Group through the GFC MSU app!


Come join us for tasty treats and strategies for success

Tasty Thursdays

in the

Native American Enrichment Center

12:15 - 1:15 pm & 1:15 - 2:15 pm in B116

FALL Semester

September 5: Budgeting and Financial Aid

September 12: No workshop, cancelled

September 19: Time Management Skills

September 26: Goal Setting

October 3: Motivation

October 10: Managing Your Resources

October 17: Improving Attention and Memory

October 24: Improving Cognition and Metacognition

October 31: Note-taking Skills

November 7: Reading Comprehension Skills

November 14: Improve Your Writing Skills

November 21: Test Taking Skills

November 28: No workshop, cancelled

December 5: Critical Thinking Skills

December 12: Searching for Scholarships

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AMERICAN INDIAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Interested in joining?

The Montana American Indian Scholars program is designed to create American Indian student mentors to provide support for fellow American Indian students as they reach their goals of graduating from college.

Earn a $100 stipend for the Fall semester and a
$150 stipend for the Spring Semester!

Initial Qualifications:
2.0 Cumulative GPA
Completed at least one semester and six credits

To earn the stipend for each semester students must maintain a 2.0 GPA by the end of each semester, attend 5 NAEC workshop sessions, and participate in 1 service learning project.

 

For more information, please contact:
Kathy Meier
For more information:
406-771-4311
Katherine.meier@gfcmsu.edu
Office: R 261


Contact Information:

Native American Enrichment Center

Native American Enrichment Center

(406) 771-4348
naec@gfcmsu.edu

Katherine Meier, M. Ed.
Director of Disability Services & Native American Enrichment Center

Phone/TDD: (406) 771-4311
FAX: (406) 771-4342
Sorenson Video Relay: (406) 205-1079
email: katherine.meier@gfcmsu.edu

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

Location:

The B wing in room B 116 on the south end of the building.

B 115 and B 117 serve as staff and studying rooms.

 

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